Crazzee about Crazy Quilting Sale
Daisys Garden Crazy Patch / Quilting Packs
consist of all new fabrics, beads, laces etc.
(at times I may add some vintage items such as buttons
Packs are Silk or Satin based as I feel it is best suited to
Silk Ribbon Embroidery.
I am constantly adding new packs with different
colour themes or fabric images,
so the packs you see here are a limited range.
Select from other items such as Pressed Glass Flower Packs,
Toho Bead Mixes, Hand Dyed Lace Packs, Embellishments,
Fabric Prints, Sequins, Threads and Braids.
to add even more interest to your Quilting Piece.
For those new to Crazy Quilting, the best way to describe this craft is
to say that you are creating your own unique fabric piece.
A textile art that is extremely creative and free-flowing by nature,
and each quilters interpretation will vary to create a stunning piece.
Add embellishments such as buttons, lace, ribbons, beads or embroidery.
As with many others in my younger years knowledge was gained by
working stitches on a sampler, this is just so much more fun
adding them to quilting pieces and creating an item to use.
Links for Inspiration and Knowledge:
Blogs I follow devoted to Crazy Quilting.
Pat Winter Gatherings
Kitty and Me Designs - Pamela Kellogg
Ivory Blush Roses Lisa P Boni
Pintangle - Sharon B's
Just a few links here but from each one of these you can find
so many more. An endless supply of inspiration is at your finger tips.
Magazine: If you have not heard from my previous letters there is a magazine available
through Magcloud, Digital or a printed version.
Original started by Pat Winter with her vast knowledge and creativity.
New publications by Pat and earlier editions of CQMag Link
and continued by
Inspirational Crazy Quilting devotee Pamela Kellogg.
Crazy Quilting Quarterlywww.magcloud.com/browse/magazine/862748
This is a quick and easy project I used for a class tutorial.
Take any lace or embroidered hankies, be they vintage or new. Some may hold a
special memory. One of these was a hankerchief given to me on my wedding day
from my grandmother, much nicer to have it on show here than tucked away in a
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